April 25 2014 Latest news:
Environmental issues are set to be discussed by councillors at a Question Time-style event tonight.
Tube workers are set to start another five days of strikes on Monday.
Staff and members of a Hornchurch gym have donated Easter eggs to children from Havering charity Add+Up.
An electrician who spared shooting a Romford taxi driver during a robbery because he was “nice” to him has been jailed.
Secretary Nicola Harris talks about how her club is shaking up the image of the WI.
Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has defended a decision to ask residents to send postal votes to the local Conservative HQ saying “all parties” do it.
Future rockstars will have the chance to showcase their talent at Havering’s first ever battle of the bands competition.
Students on a new professional cake-decorating course at Havering College have enjoyed a huge slice of success in one of the world‘s leading cake competitions.
Havering’s award-winning wildlife crime officer came to the rescue again, this time freeing a distressed muntjac deer caught in a metal fence.
A man was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the stomach on Saturday night, while a woman was also injured in the attack.
The community pulled together recently to donate much needed time, and funds, towards a popular August carnival.
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